A big thank you goes to Luke A. Kanies who pointed out the info was
available on Sunsolve. I had overlooked the info in the notes while
looking for a matrix type of document.
>From the Sunsolve document: DocID: 14838
(k) Since the A5000 is not supported on any non-Ultra systems, other
than the SS1000E and the SS2000E, the only systems this patch is
intended for are the SS1000E and the SS2000E. This patch on these
systems supports the SSA subsystems and uses the luxadm commands.
> On Fri, 11 Jun 1999, James Coby wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have a ss20 which I am trying to use for testing in a HA
> > environment.
> > I have installed 1 X6730 Sbus fcal board in it. However when
> > I install the system the socal GBIC is seen and device created
> > for it but the disk devices are not created.
> > I can see the socal device on the system and also the connection
> > made to the A5000 via the fibre optics. It just doesn't find
> > the disks themselves. I know the X6730 works because I can
> > use it in a Sun 1000 and the devices are built at 2.6.
> > The Prom level is 2.15 for the Sun 20 and 2.3x for the 1000.
> > I suspect the prom doesn't support it but have been unable to
> > find any info on Prom levels required for SENA's.
> > Sunsolve doesn't seem to have this info. Any pointers would be
> > appreciated.
> > Or perhaps the 4m architecture doen't support SENA?
> You hit the head right on the nail. The only machines before sun4u that
> support SENA arrays are the ss1000 and ss2000. If you look at the PROM
> matrix for arrays on sunsolve (I have no idea where to find it on the new
> site--it used to be right in front) it will tell you this.
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